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May Fair

This year’s May Fair is to be hosted at King’s College, Soto de Viñuelas on Saturday 27th May. Come along for the fun, food, activities and events which will be going on all afternoon (13:00 – 17:00).

Raffle Donations Help Needed:

This year we are also looking for raffle prize donations and we would love it if you could help us with this. With all the proceeds going to great causes such as Amigos de NyumbaniBomberos AyudanAPAMA and Fundación Juegaterapía, it would be great if you could donate! If you would like to donate a prize before Wednesday 3rd May, please contact Paula Parkinson, our May Fair Coordinator: paula.parkinson@kingsgroup.org.

We very much hope you’ll be able to form part of what is set to be a great day.





Ian Watson and Cristina Maciá: From “Artificial Intelligence” to “Game of Thrones” (by Mr McNally)

Ian Watson and Cristina Macía: From “Artificial Intelligence” to “Game of Thrones” Ian Watson, Britain’s most acclaimed science-fiction novelist – the “natural successor to H.G. Wells” – and Cristina Macía, one of Spain’s leading literary translators, gave two fascinating presentations to students from Years 9 to 12 on May 19th. Several generations of King’s students…

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May Fair

This year’s May Fair is to be hosted at King’s College, Soto de Viñuelas on Saturday 27th May. Come along for the fun, food, activities and events which will be going on all afternoon (13:00 – 17:00). Raffle Donations Help Needed: This year we are also looking for raffle prize donations and we would love it…

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National Archaeological Museum on 9th March (by Malena Bertrand Y9G)

On Thursday the 9th of March, the Stretch and Challenge group had the privilege of visiting the “Different Trains” installation, and the National Archaeological Museum,. We first visited the “Different Trains” installation, which is a video directed by Beatriz Caravaggio, which explores the differents utilities of trains from personal journeys to deportations. The inspiration for…

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King’s Talks

On Thursday 6th March 5 Year 13 students took part in the first King’s Talk of the year. All five students prepared presentations on the topic of Equality and Progress. Within this topic there was a very broad range of subjects covered including Aida talking about her patent for a blade to be used for…

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Comunidad de Madrid U16 Rugby Team

Guillermo Shackleton was  part of the Comunidad de Madrid U16 rugby team that was victorious over Catalonia in the Spanish regions final held in Valencia on the weekend of February 11th/12th. Madrid won 32-12. The  photo shows Guillermo with other Alcobendas Rugby club  members that represented the Comunidad de Madrid team.